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  • 1. 

      Who is responsible for placing 10th graders with an IEP? 

    • A.

      APS

    • B.

      High School Counselor and Special Ed Director

    • C.

      Enrollment

    • D.

      Customer Contact Agent

    Correct Answer
    B. High School Counselor and Special Ed Director
    Explanation
    The responsibility for placing 10th graders with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) lies with the High School Counselor and Special Ed Director. These individuals have the expertise and knowledge to evaluate the needs of students with IEPs and determine the appropriate educational setting for them in the 10th grade. They work together to ensure that these students receive the necessary support and accommodations to succeed academically and reach their full potential.

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  • 2. 

    What courses do we offer gifted and talented courses in?

    • A.

      Spanish, English, Math

    • B.

      Science, Math, English

    • C.

      Math, Science, English, Language Arts

    • D.

      Math. Science, Language Arts

    Correct Answer
    D. Math. Science, Language Arts
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Math, Science, Language Arts. This answer suggests that the courses offered for gifted and talented students include Math, Science, and Language Arts.

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  • 3. 

    For what grades do we offer gifted and talented courses?

    • A.

      9-12

    • B.

      4-8

    • C.

      3-8

    • D.

      K-12

    Correct Answer
    C. 3-8
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 3-8. This means that we offer gifted and talented courses for students in grades 3 to 8.

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  • 4. 

    Where in the Enrollment Information (Support Version) DV can you see who has the responsibility of the student’s academic documentation on “their plate”?

    • A.

      Placement Bucket

    • B.

      General Enollment Data

    • C.

      Student Enrollment Docs Upload

    • D.

      User Data View

    Correct Answer
    A. Placement Bucket
    Explanation
    In the Placement Bucket of the Enrollment Information (Support Version) DV, you can see who has the responsibility of the student's academic documentation on "their plate".

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  • 5. 

    Who is responsible for placing 6th graders?

    • A.

      School Counselor

    • B.

      APS

    • C.

      Special Education Director

    • D.

      Principal

    Correct Answer
    B. APS
    Explanation
    APS stands for the "Advanced Placement Program," which is a program that offers college-level courses and exams to high school students. It is not responsible for placing 6th graders. Therefore, this answer is incorrect.

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  • 6. 

    A student in grades K-8 can start taking electives or join a club at the time of enrollment.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    False. The statement is incorrect because a student in grades K-8 cannot start taking electives or join a club at the time of enrollment. These opportunities are typically offered to students in higher grades, such as middle school or high school, where they have more options for elective courses and extracurricular activities. In elementary school, the focus is usually on core subjects and basic skills development rather than specialized electives or clubs.

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  • 7. 

    What does IEP stand for?

    Correct Answer
    Individualized Education Program
    Individualized Education Plan
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Individualized Education Program (IEP). This is a plan developed for students with disabilities to ensure they receive appropriate educational services tailored to their individual needs. The IEP outlines specific goals, accommodations, and support services that will be provided to help the student succeed academically and socially. It is a legally binding document that is reviewed and updated annually to track the student's progress and make any necessary adjustments to their educational plan.

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  • 8. 

    What document is used to enroll a high school student previously enrolled in a private school?

    Correct Answer
    Official Transcript
    Unofficial Transcript
    Explanation
    The document used to enroll a high school student previously enrolled in a private school is either the official transcript or the unofficial transcript. These transcripts provide a record of the student's academic performance and achievements in the private school, which is necessary for the enrollment process in a new high school. The official transcript is typically issued by the private school and is verified and sealed, while the unofficial transcript may be a copy or a digital version of the official transcript. Both transcripts serve as proof of the student's educational background and facilitate the transfer of credits.

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  • 9. 

    What document is needed to place a high school student previously homeschooled?

    • A.

      State Test Scores

    • B.

      Home School High School Credit Form

    • C.

      Unofficial Transcript

    • D.

      Principal

    Correct Answer
    B. Home School High School Credit Form
    Explanation
    To place a high school student previously homeschooled, a Home School High School Credit Form is needed. This form is necessary to evaluate the credits and courses completed by the student during their homeschooling period. It helps determine the appropriate grade level and course placement for the student in the high school system. State test scores and an unofficial transcript may also be required for assessment, but the Home School High School Credit Form is the primary document needed for this process. A principal may be involved in the evaluation, but they are not the specific document required.

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